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  1. Readers' Guide Abstracts is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from more than 230 of the most popular general-interest magazines published in the US and Canada.
  2. Reaxys has extensive coverage of quality and authoritative property, reaction, and workflow information in organic, inorganic and organometalic chemistry. Expert chemists carefully select journals and patents so that only high-quality, experimental data are included in Reaxys. Drawn from the Beilstein and Gmelin Databases.
    In December 2017, the New Reaxys will replace this existing version. TryNew Reaxysnow.
  3. A directory for the film, video, internet and digital production industry in Western Canada.
  4. A web-based bibliography and citation database manager. Imports citations from online databases, and formats bibliographies automatically.
    Access to SFU RefWorks will cease on December 31, 2017. SFU Library has prepared options for migrating your data to another service.
  5. Full text coverage for 75 regional U.S. business publications.
  6. Bibliographic database on rehabilitation containing about 12,000 items from 1956 to present.
  7. Detailed financial and market data covering publicly traded companies from around the world.
  8. An online discussion forum, exhibition venue, bulletin board, archive, and calendar on new art media technologies and Internet culture.
  9. The ArtBase is Rhizome's archive of digital art, freely accessible to the public online.
  10. Catalogue of books and journals including an index to journal articles.
  11. This digital collection consists of more than 800 colour slides and black-and-white prints, with corresponding photography logbook, created by Richard (Dick) Harwood Chambers (1922-1999), and donated by his niece and nephew, Barbara and Jim Diggins.
  12. Robin Blaser readings, lectures and interviews.
  13. Documents related to rodeos across Western Canada and the role they played in building communities in the west.
  14. Documents related to rodeos across Western Canada and the role they played in building communities in the west.
  15. British Romantic period
    Access: Available at the standalone computer on the third floor of the Bennett library.
  16. Access to rare and priceless literary sources for scholars and students studying the Romantic period.
  17. Access to the resources of SFU's Women's Centre, Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group (SFPIRG), and Out on Campus.
  18. Full text encyclopedia articles on philosophers, philosophical themes, world philosophies, and world religions.
  19. Access to handbooks online published by Routledge.
  20. A searchable database of select Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) records.
  21. Catalogue of books and journals including an index to journal articles.
  22. Search the titiles, authors, abstracts or full-text of individual or all RSC journals.
  23. Source for prescribing and managing drug therapy at the point of care, includes access to the CPS.
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